Talk:San Juan Mountains

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    I appreciate the Start-Class rating.  I found so little basic information here I wondered if it was a stub.

There's no map. There's no description of the San Juan's role in either the overall Rockies or in the Colorado Rockies. I came hoping to find some presentation of the layout of the range, some notion of how to approach it as a tourist, some discussion of the towns in it, some mention of its geology. Nada, nothing. Just sort of a chamber of commerce discussion of how they made money in the San Juans in mining in times past, and how they're making it with tourism now. Once again, when Wiki is good it tends to be solidly good. When it's bad, it tends to be solidly bad. And you can never tell which to expect. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.29.205.41 (talk) 22:50, 23 May 2012 (UTC)